There’s all kinds of traffic coming to this site lately as a result of searches for Drake Cooper. Anyone care to shed some light as to why?

Oh, and the snow globe on their website has finally been put away. It’s been replaced by a coming soon message, with a “promised” launch date of March 1st. Really. They mean it.

Given just about every agency’s track record when it comes to updating their own websites, I’m not holding my breath.

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  1. It’s not really that big of a mystery.

    Someone hears about the name change and (especially if their in the industry)decides to do some searching for Drake-Cooper.

    Why’d they do it?

    What does it mean? etc.

    What do they find? An under-construction page that answers none of their questions.

    What are the next two results?

    Your blog.

  2. “I’m not holding my breath.”

    I don’t know too much about this ad agency, but I know getting a web site up and running often comes with unexpected delays. Things happen and as long as you’re not a client, no big deal

    It’s not as easy as running a free blog site powered the Google.

    I found your blog like Tac did and think it has a lot of great info. Maybe you can recommend a local business to set up my ecommerce site using an OSCommerce back end? Off line of course…

  3. Don’t know too much about this ad agency.

    Simply put: they are the best.

    And they don’t have to toot their own horn. They don’t even pick up the damn instrument.

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